Resource Room of Service Coordination for People with Developmental Disabilities

We welcome you to drop by our Resource Room Monday to Friday between 8:30am to 3:30pm to receive information about available community resources or help with application forms. We encourage you to drop by before 2:30pm to ensure we have time to support all your needs in one visit. Please note that depending on the number of people visiting our Resource Room you may wait to meet with a Case Manager. Thank you.


Picture of George

Meet George, a Participant of Children’s Case Management at Service Coordination

Karen knows the advocacy and determination that comes with having a child with many disabilities. She and George, her 18-year-old son, have faced more uncertainty than most. They lived for 21 months at a hotel while waiting for City of Ottawa affordable housing after her marriage ended. Karen and George have now found stability and support.

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Meet Tomas, a Participant of Adult Case Management at Service Coordination

“Cooking is not difficult. Cooking is easy.”

Tomas works in a kitchen at an Italian restaurant. He takes care of dishes and helps with the cooking, alongside six other kitchen staff. “It’s no problem,” he says. The Bistro is close to home, so Tomas can walk, take the bus or bicycle to work.

Cover image of our Annual Report 2016-2017

Annual Report 2016-2017 Now Available!

The Annual Report 2016-2017 presents an overview of Service Coordination’s activities from April 1st, 2016 to March 31st, 2017. Under the theme Bringing our Vision to Life, the report explains the five-year strategic direction we have developed to decide where we want to prioritize resources in order to advance the mission and vision of Service Coordination.

Cover image of the report Nowhere to Turn

Nowhere to Turn

Ontario Ombudsman released the report Nowhere to Turn, a special report in response to situations of crisis involving adults with developmental disabilities (DD) in Ontario.

The Good Life

The Good Life is a journey, not a destination, where we connect with our community, our passions and our values through the pursuit of our goals. Having a job plays an important role in this journey; it helps us meet new people, develop skills and find fulfillment in meaningful activities.


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